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    Eleven First Editions in Dust Jackets

    William Le Queux. Lot of Eleven First Edition Crime Novels in Dust Jackets. Titles include: The Intriguers (1921), Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo (1921), The Voice From the Void (1923), Behind the Bronze Door (1923), Poison Shadows (1927), The Crime Code (1928), The Sting (1928), The Tattoo Mystery (1927), The Crinkled Crown (1929), The Lawless Hand (1928) and The Rat Trap (1930). All examples published New York: The Macaulay Company. All examples octavo and in the publisher's original cloth binding. All examples with light to modest shelf wear; a few with gift inscriptions; jackets with some closed tears and chipping around the edges, some jackets price-clipped; The Crime Code has a few pages with small bends, minor tears and chips in their upper right corners; otherwise all are in very good or better condition.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2015
    5th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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